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This guide provides resources and tools to enable the students to:
- write academically and analytically, with a focus on various rhetorical purposes of research writing;
- read and use information for a variety of professional purposes;
- use proper citation and writing format system appropriately; and
- use the words and ideas of others in ethical and responsible ways.
Citation Management Tools
Try these citation management tools to help you organize your sources and cite them correctly
While the main Endnote software requires an institutional subscription fee, Endnote Web is freely available to all users. EndNote is the industry standard software tool for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations and references online. Powered by the Web of Knowledge platform.
Mendeley is a free reference management software that also allows you to interact with others in the academic community. You can use your Facebook account to login, or register using the Sign Up and Download button.
There are two versions available for download, according to which browser software you are using, one embedded in your browser and the other as a standalone program. It works well as personal digital library as well, and can be connected to Google Drive and Dropbox to store full-text articles.
English for Academic Purposes by
Call Number: P120.A24 .E54 2015 (3rd Floor)
This book provides analysis of academic genres and the use of corpus resources, methods and analytical tools for research.
Writing in Response by
Call Number: PE1408 .P275 2016 (3rd Floor)
Writing in Response emphasizes the key techniques common to reading, thinking, and writing throughout the humanities and social sciences by teaching students the value of a social, incremental, and recursive writing process. The new edition includes more on working with digital tools, more help for writing, and updated readings.
Writing research papers:a complete guide by
Call Number: LB2369 .L47 2015 (3rd Floor)
This research reference guide has been written to supplement research-oriented courses. It covers all aspects of the research writing process from selecting a topic and gathering data to formatting the final draft.
Academic Writing by
Call Number: P302.18 .A33 2009 (3rd Floor)
This volume presents a selection of recent work by experts in academic written discourse, and illustrates how corpus linguistics and discourse analysis can work as complementary approaches.
Subject Librarian for Graduate School of Education & Public Policy